The world's leading lithium producer benefitted from rising confidence about the pace of a possible economic recovery.
News & Analysis: Albemarle
The big question between these two lithium producers really comes down to the way you like to handle risk.
If the future is bright for electric automobiles, then the future is bright for Albemarle.
The most significant effects might not be felt until the second half of 2020, but investors might expect them to weigh on the dividend stock for the foreseeable future.
ALB earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2020.
All three of the company's business segments are under pressure during the coronavirus pandemic.
These two stocks can be used to gauge how the pharmaceutical industry and energy sector are faring during the coronavirus pandemic -- and what might be ahead.
The world's largest lithium producer was bracing for a difficult 2020. Then the coronavirus pandemic hit.
The projections are likely to take a hit from the coronavirus pandemic, but the future for lithium remains strong.
Peak oil has faded from the national lexicon, but some are now worrying about lithium supply. There's legitimate cause for concern, although not for the reason investors might think.